Sure, 'glasses' are accepted.
Yes, we know that "eyeglasses" are a lot less common than "glasses", but at least the word's unambiguous. In some sentences (not this one) the interpretation of "glasses" = "drinking glasses" would be possible and we want to avoid such ambiguities if possible - even if it means using a less common word for the main English answer.
Earlier, it marked me wrong for using "okulary", and wanted me to use "okularow" (with an accent on the "o"). Why?